Two different Piplup distribution events will be held for Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl at Pokémon Center locations next month in Japan

Pokémon Legends: Arceus will be released on January 28, 2022, for Nintendo Switch. Read on below to learn more about upcoming distribution events featuring Piplup:

Project Piplup’s “Piplup” present!

To commemorate Project Piplup’s “Piplup Marche”, you will receive Project Piplup’s “Piplup” for your “Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl” and “Pokémon LEGENDS Arceus”! The work that Piplup remembers depends on the software you receive. The move remembers something related to the activities of Project Piplup so far. During the “Piplup Marche” period, you can get a card with a serial code by telling the staff at Pokemon Centers nationwide the keyword “Piplup Daisuki” .

Precautions

* This gift is for those who have Nintendo Switch software “Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl” and “Pokémon LEGENDS Arceus”.
* When using the serial code, make sure that the software has downloaded the latest update data.
* One Pokemon gift will be given for each card with the serial code printed on it, using the software for “Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl” and “Pokémon LEGENDS Arceus”.
* The serial code can only be used once. The serial code used once cannot be used with other save data software.
* One save data of one software can be given only once and cannot be received more than once. Please note.
* You cannot receive it with software other than “Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl” and “Pokémon LEGENDS Arceus”.

Source: Official Pokémon website

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